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on the issues on our lives. the so-called war on drugs, eugene jarecki turns his lens on the drug issue. his new documentary is called "the house i live in" and was awarded at the sundance festival. conversation with eugene jarecki coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminate hunger, and we have a lot of work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: eugene jarecki is an award winning filmmaker whose previous projects include "why we fight." is the latest project is "the house we live in." here are some scenes. >> you have to understand the war on drugs has never been about drugs. >> americas public enemy number one is a drug abuse. >> what will you do when someone offers you drugs? >> just say no! >> we intend to end the drug menace and to elimin
of traditional america? >> it's not a traditional america anymore. >> eugene robinson weighs in tonight. >> and with us tonight, folks, thanks for watching. the obama campaign has just released video of the president addressing his staff in chicago. he gets very emotional. it's remarkable video. we'll bring it in just a moment. president obama doesn't have a lot of time to bask in his electoral victory. the fight for the middle class starts right now in congress. the confetti was still on the floor after the celebration in chicago, and house speaker john boehner was already hinting at another major fight in congress over taxes and spending. >> in order to garner republican support for new revenues, the president must be willing to reduce spending and shore up entitlement programs that are the primary drivers. mr. president, this is your moment. we're ready to be led, not as democrats or republicans, but as americans. >> president obama will make a statement tomorrow in the east room. the automatic spending cuts and tax hikes kicked in january 1st if washington can't reach a deal. a lot
health programs that morphed into eugenic, concerns about public hygiene meant the possibility to the jewish in europe and ethnic minorities in america. as early as 1920 in germany lawyer carl binding and psychiatrist alfred hajj called for quote, the destruction of life that is no longer worth living. can you say death panels? he insisted it was a doctor's national duty to quote laminate idiots and the valuable as unquote. voluntary sterilization laws were passed in denmark, sweden and norway, switzerland. britain's report on mental deficiencies called those identified with mental disorders quote, a social problem. in both europe and america is has fused easily with eugenics. in america, a group led by such people as margaret sanger, whose journal the birth control review, endorsed her friend, the title was the rising tide of color, against white world supremacy. her infamous project is black ministers including anna clayton howell to promote birth control. in england germany and united states to meld eugenics ran far deeper than the rantings of stoddard are hajj. whether they
. dante [speaker not understood]. eugene, tom [speaker not understood], arnold -- no. >>> good evening, commissioners. i know it's been a long day. thank you for the opportunity to explain why this proeked is so important to our family. * project i wanted to start off by saying tracy and i love san francisco. we started dating in 2001 and we started living together shortly thereafter. and when we had to move away so tracy had to attend graduate school, we agreed that we would come back as soon as the time came. in 2007 we became parents of identical twin girls, zoe and nina. we knew it was time to come home. so, in early 2008 we were fortunate enough to find a house that at the time suited our needs perfectly in noe valley, just a wonderful neighborhood that we love. but over the past 4-1/2 years that we have lived there, we've been thinking about how our needs are going to change as the girls get older. and we framed our discussion this way. will this house suit us for another 20 years or more? and will it continue to suit us if we decide to have another child? and we realized that a
, richard wolffe and eugene robinson on the final hours of the campaign. and miemy final thoughts on why the future of the middle class is at stake. >> the future never has lobbyists, but the dreams of those children will be our sa saving grace. that's why i need you, ohio. >>> good to have you with us tonight. thanks for watching. after years of campaigning and billions of dollars spent, it all comes down to this. who wants it more? president obama kicked off a three-state barn storm on the eve of the election in madison, wisconsin. he brought along bruce springsteen to rally the crowd and keep the badger state blue. then it was off to columbus, ohio, where the president was joined by rapper jay-z. >> i told jay-z the other day, our lives are parallel a little bit. nobody, i think, would expect us to be where we are today when they had met us as younger men. both of us now have daughters. both of us have wives who are more popular than we are. >> president obama was having fun on the last day of the campaign. bruce springsteen drove home the point of tomorrow oes hope. >> the american d
jerry levy on the pits of the cme, eugene profits and mark martyak, robert gray at the ready to break in with earnings as soon as they hit the table but let's start with jerrod at the cme. we blew through the 1400, 1440 level on the s&p like this. what do you think? tomorrow and the next couple weeks? >> of paper for we are standing on. a lot of folks watching the 1380 level. i'm watching the 2 and the day moving average of 1360. i jumped in front of the frame. i was selling to avalanche david talked about the vix coming in and markets deteriorated. the reason is people like me to dip their toes in, professional option traders selling downside money put them the right to buy -- dave: i want to tell what they're looking at beside you on the screen. groupon numbers are out. i want to -- hold on a second. let's have robert gray give us details what the numbers say clearly after-hours the market doesn't like it. robert: that is right. coming in, disappointing on both levels. revenue $568,600,000 below the estimated 590.1. also no profit, no loss. big fat 0 on the bottom line for groupon.
an industrial city. baby is going to cleveland? he is moving eugene, oregon. >> he is moving into management it is a different skill set. >> he is a management. >> and he is managing a station. >> he is going to be a news manager. commodious for freezing he will be in better -- and also but is nice about him a lot of it his producers and we've had a few that, and that they're here and leave. he was always nice. , very nice. >> if someone was going on and off and really a good guy. , we wish him a very, very best. and his last words were you are right, michael yaki was on way too much. >> he did not say that. >> four hours! [laughter] but anyway, good luck. and i did not know the you're going into management. greg passer the next time you are in the eugene, looked him up. baseball, awards are on the horizon. bruce koch--boccy davey johnson is a finalist, dusty baker and fled to be over to bob melvin accurate and all of these guys vote on these award to the end of the regular season. baltimore and vneatura and cespedes rookie of the year however tough competition...with trout and mark mcguire
on to our lifetime achievement award, eugene b. redman, someone who i've known really all my life. and i was asked by our board to author some words as part of our honoring eugene's work, his life, and i'll share them with you as we welcome eugene b. redman this afternoon. eugene redman's poetry speaks with a rare authority, feeling and an undeniable sense of reality. radically sensual and rhythmically propull sieve, redman's work is one of embodied experience. and what an experience it has been. redman has truly lived, to borrow a word from the late master ted jones, the poem life. [laughter] that is to say one not in any way separate from the magic and mysteries of poetry itself. the man in the poem and redman are one. the complex arc and panorama of american history makes itself known throughout redman's work. as a scholar, eugene redman pioneered the field of african-american poetry with his ground breaking study "drum voices: the mission of afro-american poetry". a critical history. doing for poetry what irene sutherland had already achieved with her monumental work "the music of bl
the game. >> mike: i get lucky. stanford played the game of the season in eugene, knocking off second ranked oregon in overtime, and the right foot of >> mike: nobody thought stanford could bet oregon in eugene. nobody. well, i did. the cardinal went up with a chip on their shoulder and oregon couldn't knock it off. oregon had the longes winning streak in the nation at 13 games, and hogan makes one guy miss, dives into the end zone. stanford up -0. third quarter, ducks take their first lead of the game. thomas punches in. now the fourth. stanford needed to put points on the board. word williamson, 43-yard field goal. come on. misses. still 14-7 oregon. more from him later. 1:45 to go in the game. hogan to ertz in the end zone. did he catch it? called incomplete but call reviewed and was reversed. a touchdown, shoulder got down. 14-14. hoeing goon threw for 211 and one td. ertz, 106 yards. overtime, oregon's maldonado from 40 yards out, misses. all stanford need is a field goal. womanson, redemption. makes it. stanford wins 1-14. they can clinch the pac-12 north with a win next week ag
programs that quickly morphed into eugenics. concerns about public hygiene masked deeper hostility to the jews in europe and to ethnic minorities in america. as early as 1920 in germany, lawyer carl binding and psychiatrist alfred hausch called for, quote, the destruction of life that is no longer worth living. can you say death panels? hausch insisted it was a doctor's natural duty to, quote, eliminate idiots and the valueless, unquote. voluntary sterilization laws were passed in sweden, norway, switzerland. those identified with mental disorders, quote, a social problem group. in both europe and america, this fused easily with eugenics. in america a group was led by such people as margaret sanger whose journal, "the birth control review," endorsed her friend stoddard's book, quote -- the title was "the rising tide of color against white world supremacy." her infamous negro project used black ministers, including adam clayton paul, to promote birth control. but the effort in england, germany and the united states to promote eugenics ran far deeper than the rantings of stoddard and
the u.s. away from fiscal catastrophe. >>> in office politics. eugene robinson on one thing that did not factor into tuesday's election. between day, everyone. welcome to weekends with alex whitt. we begin with new details on what precipitated the end of the storied military career. we now know what started an fbi investigation that ended in general petraeus' abrupt resignation. it all started with complaints to the fbi about harassing e-mails sent from this woman, paula broadwell, to the another unnamed woman. petraeus was not the focus of investigators, but that led them to other e-mails between petraeus and broadwell which officials tell nbc news were indicative of an extramarital affair. the general admitted to an extramarital affair in his resignation letter. meanwhile we're now hearing from petraeus' former spokesperson. he talked to kristen welker. she's in washington with more. >> i interviewed steven boylan by phone saturday. he called petraeus a mentor and friend. boylan says he's stunned by the news about his former boss. in the meantime, new details are emerging about how
, msnbc political analyst. and here with me is the great eugene robinson. welcome to both of you. gene, these long lines in florida are there because rick scott decided to cut the early voting days almost in half. 2.5 million people have voted early. yet we're expected to believe this has got nothing to do with politics. what is this man doing? >> well, there are two american traditions here at work. one is vote k problems in florida. this is something we like to do. and the second is republicans trying to restrict the franchise. if you can narrow the electorate and keep those democratic people, the system and throughout this election cycle we're seeing more of it. >> eugene, you use a voice that sounds accepting. this is appalling. >> i don't mean to. it is appalling. we've seen it before. >> people died in 1965 for the right to vote and now they're being prevented from doing so. >> exactly. exactly. >> karen, in ohio the big story is the states provisional ballot. the republican in charge of elections there has issued an order which appears to be contrary to state law that could thro
to quickly morphed into eugenics. concerns about public hygiene mass ieper hostility to the jewish american that minorities in america. as early as 1920 in germany lawyer karl binding and psychiatrist alfred hash called for the destruction of life that is no longer worth living. can you say death panels? is a doctor's national duty to eliminate, unquote. voluntary sterilization laws were passed in denmark, sweden, and norway, switzerland. britain's report on mental deficiency called those identified with mental disorders a social problem group in both europe and america fuse is lit with eugenics. and america, a group led to such people as margaret sanger, whose journal the birth control review endorsed her friend richard stoddard spoke, quote, the rising tide of color, and against white world supremacy. and from this project is black ministers including adam clayton powell or. england, germany and the united states went far deeper than the ranting to stoddard or hash. rather they found their way into national and state policy with support from groups such the national committee for mental h
played the game of the season in eugene, knocking off second ranked oregon in overtime, and the right foot of >> mike: nobody thought stanford could bet oregon in eugene. nobody. well, i did. the cardinal went up with a chip on their shoulder and oregon couldn't knock it off. oregon had the longes winning streak in the nation at 13 games, and hogan makes one guy miss, dives into the end zone. stanford up -0. third quarter, ducks take their first lead of the game. thomas punches in. now the fourth. stanford needed to put points on the board. word williamson, 43-yard field goal. come on. misses. still 14-7 oregon. more from him later. 1:45 to go in the game. hogan to ertz in the end zone. did he catch it? called incomplete but call reviewed and was reversed. a touchdown, shoulder got down. 14-14. hoeing goon threw for 211 and one td. ertz, 106 yards. overtime, oregon's maldonado from 40 yards out, misses. all stanford need is a field goal. womanson, redemption. makes it. stanford wins 1-14. they can clinch the pac-12 north with a win next week against ucla. afterwards david somehow talk
the birth of public health programs that quickly morphed into eugenics. concerns about public hygiene masks deeper hostility to the jewish in europe and a minorities in america. as early as 1920, in germany karl binding and psychiatrists called for the destruction of life that is no longer worth living. can you say death panels? to visit doctors national duty to eliminate the value list. voluntary sterilization laws were passed in denmark, sweden, norway, switzerland. britain's report on mental deficiency causes identified with mental disorders quote from a social problem group in both europe and america disputes peacefully with eugenics. in america, a group was led by such people as margaret sanger, who struggled the birth control review endorsed her friend lathrop stoddard spoke. the title is the rising tide of color against white world supremacy. her emphasis niekro project used black ministers, including adam clayton powell to promote birth control. the efforts in england, germany and the united states ran far deeper than the ranting to stoddard or harsh. rather they found their way int
its 10th anniversary and honoring one of its former students. they named it after corporal eugene mills. he was killed while serving in afghanistan. it has about 70 students. >> still to come -- instead of polls, a new suggestion to pay for road work around our area. how much it will cost. >> find out where you can get a discounted turkey meal for your family. >> clear skies, chilly temperatures outside. will it stay like this for the >> thanksgiving is less than a week away. help us arrive for some people who may need help this holiday. >> natasha barrett has more on a generous donation. >> thanksgiving. to many, it is a day off. or a time to spend with your family. but many others cannot worry about that. they are worried about feeding their family. and 11,000 turkeys and all the fixing our being offered at a discounted rate for those who cannot afford thanksgiving dinners. catholic charities are holding this annual of then in hyattsville. many churches stopped by. >> i have been going there for 3235 years. >> it is tough and sometimes embarrassing for people to ask for help. bu
what matters. octane offense like oregon.. ....in eugene?" that football had to >>> not a chance! touchdown underdog, how are you going to stop them? >> there's 11 guys on offense, 11 guys on defense. it's just who does their job better. >> here is kevin. on the keeper. and he's not gonna stop till he hits the end zone. stanford led 7-0 early. fast-forward to the fourth. kicker jordan williamson misses it wide! stanford down 14-7. the defense came to play. they hold oregon, bcs no. 2, to the lowest point total all year. frustrating marcus all night. under two minutes to go. here's hogan, leading the drive down field. throws it up for zach. zach comes down with it, but they rule it incomplete, say it landed out of bounds. but take a look at the replay. the review booth reversed the call. they called it a touchdown! it would be tied at 14 and it would go into overtime. wow. in that extra period, alejandro, off the upright! now, when stanford scores, they win! here's hogan. loose ball. who is gonna fall on it? wild scramble for it. and stanford recovers. with that set up, a shot --
on to the lifetime achievement award for eugene redmond. someone i have known all my life. i was asked by the board to offer some words as part of watering eugene's work, his life, and i will share them with keogh as we welcome him this afternoon. his poetry speaks with their authority and the undeniable sense of reality. radically sensual and rhythmically purposeful his work is one of embodied experience. what an experience it has been. he has to be lived to borrow a word from ted jones, the poll of life. not in any way separate from magic and mystery of poetry itself the man in the poll of more one. the complex arc of history and african-american history makes itself known throughout his work he pioneered the work of the african-american and poetry with good ground breaking study by doing for poetry of what had already been achieved through the monumental work the music of black americans to turn the entire development from the earliest form to the present resetting the compass for the movement trajectory the invaluable study has provided urgent and necessary context for generations of americans.
, "washington post" columnist and msnbc analyst eugene robinson, marc caputo and mark murray. thank you so much, gentlemen, for joining. i got to bring eugene in because he is right here and i have the pleasure of sitting alongside. when we heard or i heard governor romney say we're roaring back, i instantly thought of the auto bailout, the auto industry. how many times we heard on the campaign trail from obama and others saying gm is roaring back. and i thought, wow, it all goes back to ohio and that auto bailout which was unpopular at the time, and now here we are. >> right. so one of the big questions is will mitt romney kind of blur the lines on the auto bailout sufficiently to gain a little ground in ohio? because that is a huge issue in that state. and arguably, we could be saying wednesday that that issue won the state for president obama and that it won reelection for president obama. >> do you think we're talking too much about ohio? listen, you've got the romney campaign saying they're looking at pennsylvania, minnesota, that they perhaps have some traction there. and we know the new
in america, with patricia williams, michelle alexander, and eugene jarecki. >> i think it is possible to change people's minds about the war on drugs without making it a race issue. in fact, you know, every poll that's been done shows that white americans in particular don't want to hear about race or racial bias or the racial dimension of any issue, let alone mass incarceration on the war on drugs. but i believe we would be making a huge mistake if we were to pursue drug policy reform without talking about the racial dimension of this crisis. because if we do, if we go about our advocacy in a color-blind way and talk just about cost savings and dollars and cents, and the benefits of drug treatment, never address the racial dimention, we will fail to learn the critical sson that this moment in our history has to teach us. marion cotillard, andrew solomon, and a look at incarceration when we continue. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. rose: marion cotillard is here. she came to fame with her oscar-winning performance in
rushing. and their young quarterback in eugene is a cool customer. >> charles: i think what usc was counting on, can we put the pressure on them and could the young quarterback handle it. well, remember, as you noted, it was 34-31, third quarter, and oregon kept answering on offense, and that was led by the quarterback, mariota, and then finally the defense got a couple of stops which helped extend the win to where we are now. >> gus: fourth down and three and this ball is caught by robert woods. woods running, hurtling, woods trying to get to the end zone and out-of-bounds at about the 2. robert woods with a 28-yard gain. 5 seconds to go. >> charles: and i like the fact that the home crowd recognized the effort despite the fact that it's not going to change the final result. that robert woods continued to fight and scratch and claw to try and make this thing change even though he knows the final score will not be reflective of it. >> gus: first down and goal. five seconds to go. in the end zone. marqise lee with the touchdown. with a second remaining. 62-51. barkley throwing hi
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for a conversation with eugene jarecki. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminate hunger, and we have a lot of work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> be more. pbs. >> be more. pbs.
oregon in eugene. does that carry over into new england today against tom brady and the patriots? unfortunately did not. andrew two pick sixes in the second quarter. colts driving and andrew air mails toyota lieb. he goes 59 yards the other way and that gave the patriots the lead for good. but andrew never quit. hiltonor at -- hilton for the strike but too little, too late. >> final race of the 2012 nascar season. a battle between jimmie johnson and brad keselowski. all ced lou ski had to do is finish 15th or better and the cup is hid. jimmie johnson at one point led the race and then got in trouble during a pat symptom. officials said he had to return to the pits. shortly after that johnson had a parts failure and that was it, returning to the garage. that meant all keselowski had to do is finish and the championship was him, jimmie johnson's teammate jeff gordon won the race. keselowski finishes 15th. clinches the sprint cup championship. the first for the 28-year-old and the first for pen ski racing. >> from florida, lpga tournament of the year. choi, couldn't see the green bu
brady and the patriots. i'm sure andrew was inspired by stanford upsetting oregon in eugene. would that carry over today? unfortunatelied did not. threw two pick sixes. second quarter. game tied. colts driving. and andrew air-mails one to kalib. he weaves and bobs through traffic. gives the patriots the lead for good. andrew, two t.d.es but three picks. but he never quit. finds hilton, 43-yard strike, too little too late. 59-24 the final. >> warriors and oklahoma city. struggling to contain kevin durant. off the steal, easy dunk. he had a triple-double. and russell westbrook. two of his 0. oh, my. and oklahoma city wins that one, 119-10 9. >> final race of the 2012 nascar season was battle between jimmie johnson and brad kess keselowskl keselowski had to do is finish 15th or better and the cup is his to miami we go jimmie johnson at one point led the race but got into trouble during a pit stop. a nascar official made him return to the pit for an infraction and he lost time. shortly after that johnson had a part failure and that was it. his race was over and the chance for the cup r
by the upset oregon in eugene. that carried over today? it did not. second quarter. game tied at 14. andrew air mails it to him. he bobs his way through traffic giving the patriots the lead. two touchdowns but he had three picks but he doesn't give up. here is a strike patriots win big. >>> latest rankings came out and stanford jumped to number 8 over oregon. still ahead of the cardinals at number five. top six, notre dame takes over top spot ever in the bcs. alabama and georgia are going face off. kansas state dropped to number six after their loss to baylor. >> warriors trying to contain kevin durant. russell west, he has 30 points. 119-109 victory. final race to the 2012 nascar season was a two man battle between jimmy johnson and kelewoski and to miami we go. jimmie johnson got in triple during a pit stop. they made him return to the pits and lost time. shortly after that he had a part failure. that was it. the race was over returning to the garage. that meant all he had to do was finish. jeff gordon won the race. >> no person is, only a team can do that. these guys up here, they make me bi
with that at all. the travel trouble spot, interstate 5 through oregon from eugene to portland, they picked up 2 1/2 inches of rain in the last 48 hours. we're not seeing huge problems with flooding but minor issues. the jet stream pattern because of this big storm out in the west is actually going to do a big dip down through the intermountain west, pumping warm up to the middle of the country. record highs in the midwest, wednesday even through thursday. thanksgiving day maybe people will be wearing shorts in areas like denver and heading through areas of missouri. right now we're in the 40s this morning. later this afternoon, after a cool start and even in new england, it will be a pretty decent day. just like yesterday, temperatures will be in the 40s and 50s. talk about mild temperatures, denver at 65. kansas city at 64. as we go throughout the rest of the week, the storm in the west, that's the one we'll be watching. i'll give you the important wednesday and thursday travel day forecast coming up. >> thanks, bill. >>> also coming up, was this indianapolis house explosion that killed two a ho
to the north eugene, portland, seattle where the storm track is moving already which is going to open us for a lot of sun and warmer weather tomorrow through the weekend. ridges is when you know you have a fast wind moving over the mountains you are getting roll clouds as the air goes up the mountains, comes down and rolls, very fascinating to see gives you an idea how fast the jet stream is and how bumpy a ride it might be heading north. here low to mid 60s partly sunny, same monterey bay and inland watsonville 59°. partly sunny and a little breezy today. tonight with the clear sky and all that moisture on the ground it is going to get a little foggy especially north bay valleys and chilly 8 to 12° cooler than this morning, dry tomorrow through the weekend. temperatures jump up a little more, widespread mid 60s, a few low 60s at the coast best chance of stray shower higher elevations around the monterey bay. inland mid to upper 60s. traveling the state, everything starts to dry significantly into the latter parts of the afternoon, 47 tahoe, south 70 fresno, sunshine around l.a. 70 the
for the entire commute or wet highways. the bulk of the storm up to the north eugene, portland, seattle where the storm track is moving already which is going to open us for a lot of sun and warmer weather tomorrow through the weekend. ridges is when you know you have a fast wind moving over the mountains you are getting roll clouds as the air goes up the mountains, comes down and rolls, very fascinating to see gives you an idea how fast the jet stream is and how bumpy a ride it might be heading north. here low to mid 60s partly sunny, same monterey bay and inland watsonville 59°. partly sunny and a little breezy today. tonight with the clear sky and all that moisture on the ground it is going to get a little foggy especially north bay valleys and chilly 8 to 12° cooler than this morning, dry tomorrow through the weekend. temperatures jump up a little more, widespread mid 60s, a few low 60s at the coast best chance of stray shower higher elevations around the monterey bay. inland mid to upper 60s. traveling the state, everything starts to dry significantly into the latter parts of the after
:30 in atlanta, maryland. both are safe. the father, eric eugene black was taken into custody earlier this morning. the alert was triggered last night from halifax county, virginia. >>> a surprise verdict declared in the buoy state murder trial. alexis simpson, the young woman accused of stabbing her college roommate, dominique fraser to death was found not guilty on all seven counts yesterday. simpson sobbed when the verdict was read. outside her friends and family rejoiced. simpson said she was bullied by fraser and was defending herself. the jury took about three hours to deliver the not guilty verdict. >>> rockets and shells have been criss crossing the skies over israel and gaza, causing death and destruction. massive airstrikes on gaza were reported earlier this morning. israel says that more than 1400 rockets were fired from gaza since wednesday. the country's defense forces reportedly intercepted more than 100 missiles before they could hit their targets. >> i hope that hamas and the other terror organizations in gaza got the message. if not, israel is prepared to take whate
that alice was abducted by the man, 41-year- old eric eugene black and 35- year-old jennifer dawn carwile. they are believed to be driving a 1985 brown or taupe nissan station wagon. here's the license plate -- brown or taupe nissan station wagon -- >>> one week after resigning as director of the cia david petraeus will tell members of the house and senate intelligence committees what he knows about the attacks in benghazi, libya. >> four americans were killed in the attack including u.s. ambassador chris stevens. susan mcginnis has more. >> reporter: former cia director david petraeus is headed to capitol hill this morning to talk about the attack on the u.s. consulate in mbenga zoo. congressional leaders say he has a unique insight into the attack. >> director petraeus went to tripoli. he interviewed many of the people as i understand it that were involved. >> reporter: house and senate intelligence committee members
in a huge match-up in eugene this evening. you can watch it here. at 5:00 cal meets oregon state tonight. san jose state will try to win their ninth game of the year when they play byu at 7:30 tonight. last night the warriors tried to get their fifth win of the year in minnesota. here's the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning, everybody. the warriors started a three-game road trip last night with a stop in minnesota. they got a lead late and then held on tight in that fourth quarter. ricky harrison barns coming off the best game of his young pro career against the hawks. another nice drive and the floater. 18 for the kid. rookies -- warriors went on a run to end the half. carl landry, with a an acquisition he has been. 15 points off the bench. steph curry with 17. and the warriors up five here. are barnes, look at this drive from midcourt. tremendous! warriors win their second straight, 106-98 was the final. >>> two years ago the stanford women's been team snapped uconn's 90th game win streak and they did it again last night. they ended baylor's 42-game win streak. stanf
in a huge match-up in eugene this evening. you can watch it here. that's at 5:00. cal meets oregon state tonight. san jose state will try to win their ninth game of the year when they play byu at 7:30 tonight. bring your upon chose. lisa said it's going to be raining. last night the warriors tried to get their fifth win of the year in minnesota. here's the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning, everybody. the warriors started a three-game road trip last night with a stop in minnesota. they got a lead late and then held on tight in that fourth quarter. ricky harrison barnes coming off the best game of his young pro career against the hawks. another nice drive and the floater. 18 for the kid. warriors went on a run to end the half. carl landry, with a an acquisition he has been. 15 points off the bench. steph curry with 17. just over three minutes left. knocking down the jumpers. and the warriors up five here. are barnes, look at this drive from midcourt. tremendous! warriors win their second straight, 106-98 was the final. >>> two years ago the stanford women's basketball t
plays the game of the season in eugene, knocking off the second-ranked oregon ducks in overtime. mike shumann has the highlights and post game reaction coming up in sports. [ boy 1 ] hey! that's the last crescent. oh, did you want it? yea we'll split it. [ female announcer ] made fresh, so light, buttery and flakey. that's half that's not half! guys, i have more! thanks mom [ female announcer ] pillsbury crescents. let the making begin just unroll it, fill, top, bake, and present. that must have taken you forever! it was really tough. [ female announcer ] pillsbury pie crust. let the making begin progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... 100 calories... [ chef ] ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >> it was quite the deluge, at least where i was yesterday. i'm wondering what about today? and lisa argen is here with the answer. >> today is a big
of the season in eugene, knocking off the second-ranked oregon ducks in overtime. mike shumann has the highlights and the postgame reaction "and what's your name?" "oh, it's flo." "and what do you do?" "oh, i sell insurance like no one else." "oh, that's nice." "thank you." now, that's progressive. call or click today. >> we got quite a soaking the last few days and i'm wondering what's that dog to the rain towings? >> pretty good. we are above normal in parts of the south bay and 70% north bay. we are doing okay. we have a little more to come. a live look outside right now, quite the opposite happening. clear conditions. a few from mount tam. numbers are dropping this morning in the north bay. it is chilly out there and numbers close to the dewpoint as well up near santa rosa. that's why we is have some fog n emeryville it is much, much warmer with low 50s around the water. we are talking a good twelve to fifteen degree difference in about ten, fifteen miles. really if you are headed outside this morning, it's not the umbrella. live doppler 7 hd shows the front pushing to the east
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